More Pictures of Chibombo Accident Mass Funeral

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Some Patrotic Front cadres line up to wait for President Sata during the mass funeral for accident victims in Ndola.
Some Patrotic Front cadres line up to wait for President Sata during the mass funeral for accident victims in Ndola.

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President Sata arrives for the funeral service in honour of accident victims in Ndola.
President Sata arrives for the funeral service in honour of accident victims in Ndola.

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President Sata arrives for the funeral service in honour of accident victims in Ndola
President Sata arrives for the funeral service in honour of accident victims in Ndola

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Zambia Army trucks carrying caskets for the accident victims line up during the funeral service in Ndola
Zambia Army trucks carrying caskets for the accident victims line up during the funeral service in Ndola

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Sentries on the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.
Sentries on the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.

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Sentries on one of the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium
Sentries on one of the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium

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Sentries on one of the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.
Sentries on one of the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.

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Sentries on the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium
Sentries on the Zambia Army trucks that carried caskets for accident victims during the funeral at Levy Mwanawasa stadium

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A group of youths perform a ritual during the funeral of accident victims in Ndola.
A group of youths perform a ritual during the funeral of accident victims in Ndola.

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Members of the clergy following proceedings during the funeral service of accident victims in Ndola
Members of the clergy following proceedings during the funeral service of accident victims in Ndola

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President Sata with his wife Dr Christine Kaseba during the funeral service of the accident victims in Ndola
President Sata with his wife Dr Christine Kaseba during the funeral service of the accident victims in Ndola

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George Chellah fidgiting with microphones before President Michael Sata made a very short speech during the funeral service of the accident victims in Ndola
George Chellah fidgiting with microphones before President Michael Sata made a very short speech during the funeral service of the accident victims in Ndola

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Zambia Army soldiers lower caskets into their graves at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
Zambia Army soldiers lower caskets into their graves at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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Clergymen conduct funeral prayers before burying the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
Clergymen conduct funeral prayers before burying the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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An infant's casket and that of an adult before burial at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
An infant’s casket and that of an adult before burial at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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Clergymen conduct funeral prayers before burying the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola.
Clergymen conduct funeral prayers before burying the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola.

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A clergyman conducts prayers during burial of the accident victims
A clergyman conducts prayers during burial of the accident victims

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Graves covered in wreaths after burial of the accident victims in Ndola
Graves covered in wreaths after burial of the accident victims in Ndola

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A woman reacts during burial of the accident victims in Ndola
A woman reacts during burial of the accident victims in Ndola

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Some members of the bereaved families who react  during burial of the road accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
Some members of the bereaved families who react during burial of the road accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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Some members of the bereaved families react during the burial of the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
Some members of the bereaved families react during the burial of the accident victims at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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Some mourners arrive to witness burial of the relatives at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola
Some mourners arrive to witness burial of the relatives at Mitengo cemetry in Ndola

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Some members of the beraved families lay wreaths on one of the graves at Mitengo cemetry
Some members of the beraved families lay wreaths on one of the graves at Mitengo cemetry

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Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe 024
Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe

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Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe 019
Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe

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Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe 004
Burial of postbus accident victim in Kabwe

47 Comments

  1. 1 flag KALINSO MUBUKWANU

    VERY SAD INDEED. MTSRIEP. AMEN

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  2. 2 flag Nshi Sunda Chisunde Sunde Kano Fye Mu Muntu

    A dark chapter in the history of our beloved motherland

    May the souls of the departed rest in eternal peace!

    God bless our country

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  3. 3 flag KANTI NEVA (RSA)

    Lord have mercy and intervene

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    1. 3.1 flag ?

      Intervene in what? People are dead, my friend. Why do you people say stupid things like that? If you have nothing to say just keep your fingers away from the keyboard!

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  4. 4 flag Mwanamfumu

    Sad Indeed.. RIP brothers & Sister… My dear President has gained weight mweeeeee. balelya bwino ku Plot one.

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  5. 5 flag Nostradamus

    That was poor attendance at the stadium. So its true that people shun Sata’s forced appearance at Mwanawasa stadium? The funeral would have been much better without Sata, people don’t want to go to a funeral to be shouted at by a president.
    Pic #1, all PF so excited, laughing as they await their king.

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    1. 5.1 flag critico

      Iwe, grow up not vaupuba vamene ukamba. You think u r clever that u r alive? y do u ve to see evil all around? where did u grow up?

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    2. 5.2 flag mike

      what are exited with iwe boy? common MHSRIP YOU WILL NOT SAY!!! DO YOU REALIZE THAT THIS WAS A FUNERAL?

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    3. 5.3 flag king ova o animals

      nastrawhateva ulindo iikulu why do u take everything mu ma politics we are grieved uleletapo ifyabupuba u dont what it means to loose a loved one.

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    4. 5.4 flag Chansoni

      I thot it was going to be filled to capacity but again its only the relatives and friends of the accident victims who could have attended and not everybody.
      After all this studium is filled up by people from Lusaka when its time football times.

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    5. 5.5 flag MUNGOLOZI KADOYO

      LET REMIND YOU THAT have not yet grown up….. commenting on the funeral like that u do not know what who u are.. kindly Stop the nonsense of politizing every thing . CHECK AROUND YOU BODY U WILL SEE INDICATORS THAT U SHOULD REASON LIKE A GROWN UP.
      Our friends were mourning and u ar busy wanting us to focus on The president?
      Do not be Silly

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  6. 6 flag Mwanamfumu

    Ba Nostradamus muli Chipuba ba Mudala.

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    1. 6.1 flag MUNGOLOZI KADOYO

      nostradamus alacipuba icinecine……….. MWEBANTU CIFUNDENIKO ICI ICIWELE WELE bushe cafuma kwi?

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  7. 7 flag The Great One

    Nostradamus…This is not the time nor will it ever be a place to vomit garbage. Have respect and get your politicizing talent, shine it up real nice,turn it sideways and shav it straight up ur hinde parts! Gosh the nerve of some pipo.

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  8. 8 flag justin kasanda

    may the power of our lord help us

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  9. 9 flag KweKwe

    GOOD PICS, EVERYTHING SEEMS WELL ORGANISED. NO CONFUSION AND BEAUTIFUL COFFINS. A SIGN OF A SERIOUS GVT IN POWER. KEEP IT UP PF. MORE YEARS FOR YOU ARE COMING.

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    1. 9.1 flag ?

      If such organization was demonstrated in responses to the root cause, I would be there with you – fist thrust firmly into the still air. But awe. We need organization in not only in times of mourning.

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  10. 10 flag Kapoma Kabaso

    Naustraus whatever your name is. Tame your evil tongue, a funeral is no time for silly jokes. Keep your stinking mouth shut when you have nothing to say on a particular incident , than annoying those of us who have lost relatives to this tragedy. Your days are numbered, this is no time to show your poor understanding of politics. There are better things you can do in life. Leave politics to those who understand them. You are wiser than the people who died in that accident. Stop exposing your mediocre knowledge on things you least understand. There is alot of wisdom in keeping quiet than making unnecessarly noise like a Congolese baboon in the jungle. Your hatred for President Sata ,who was elected by the majority Zambians will send you to your early death. You link everything to Sata, why?

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  11. 11 flag Kapoma Kabaso

    I meant you are not wiser than those who died. You are just a foolish attention seeker.

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  12. 12 flag Pamela

    We now expect something to be done,on the road accidents in Zambia this is a disaster, such a tragedy can’t just go silently,because that is what will happen.

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  13. 14 flag Chansoni

    Ok, now that everything is said and done. We know the Post bus services paid for the coffins and other small things. How much did it cost the govt to host the funeral. I say this coz some pipo see this as an opportunity to steal

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  14. 15 flag Chansoni

    Pic 24. The woman personnel in uniform is a joke. how can she work in such shoes? why didn’t she wear a combat n boats so she can show us what shes made of?

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  15. 16 flag KEEGAN

    PAIN, SORROW AND GRIEF. VERY SAD INDEED

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  16. 17 flag Fchibs

    Accidents are avoidable if only priorities and gooals are set.Zambia only reacts when there is an event .May the souls of our parted colleagues rest in peace

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  17. 19 flag king ova o animals

    ma friends kapanda milton and the soldiers that i used to play with in ndola nesta daka shoprite cairo road lsk espe ma best frnd mistaken identity milton boi can u narret to me if u were present how it was (king jc shimpundu 0972106936 )

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  18. 20 flag KBM

    Picture number 9: My Pathfinders doing their thing – good to see them, but Dorca do show, to paint the place blue and white, why?

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  19. 21 flag IDACHI

    please can someone release all the names of those
    who died in that horrible accident.i have been trying
    to get in touch with my girlfriend on her mobile,but
    unable to.Iam overseas and very worried.

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    1. 21.1 flag Distant Drums

      @21 IDACHI,
      If you are unable to get a response from your girlfriend why not try to call her relatives or friends. Surely she must have a family and close friends.

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  20. 22 flag osmore

    @Nostranda whatever you are called you are just like Nevers ,HH ,RB and Sakwiba who when pipo are mourning they go to a foreign land to spread their falsehood.

    Masonists ! Mumba walicita backslide indeed .PLEASE MUMBA REPENT B 4 WE WITNESS YOUR SAD ENDING .I HAVE SEEN MANY PIPO LIKE YOU END SADLY.

    The pipo you now associate with are SATANISTS-HH,SAKWIBA AND RB are argents of Lusifer.

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  21. 23 flag ZIBA PETER MORRIS

    I think it is time for Zambian GVT to workup and do something on our narrow roads.
    How much blood do you want to be shed in Zambia so that you here that our roads are narrow.

    recently the so called great east (chipata lsk rd ) killed a man on spot

    Plz GVT yaba SATA work on our roads

    Peter Morris Ziba

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  22. 24 flag Zambian Zambian

    I feel for their beloved ones left behind Lord heal their hearts and wipe every tear RIP.

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  23. 26 flag Lon

    Pic 2. Now I believe that the president is always in DEEP REFLECTION. just check where the eyes are focusing, infact its the same in all pictures.

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  24. 29 flag Zedspetetor

    Your captioning skills are very poor

    pictures number five and six . lories are clearly marked police not zambia army.

    Where did your photographer get the Zambia Army from?

    You need to Invest in a picture editor Or just proof read before going to bed .

    By the way in case you’re wondering by going to bed I mean before publishing that is the language used in jounalism. Good luck

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    1. 29.1 flag Zedspetetor

      A good caption should have the 4 w’s
      Who?
      What?
      Where?
      When?

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  25. 30 flag malinso

    What is the meaning” Some mourners REACT???? what is the meaning of reacting in this context? Why few pipo attended at the gallant stadium?

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  26. 31 flag Jay Patel

    Very sad. But pics #16 & 17 shows that the clergy is a clergy woman a not clergyman. Pic #1 is a sad state of Ndola airport. Hope the don’t close it with plans to build a new one in Chichele plantation. Keep the airport as a domestic airport. Other Cities today have more than one airport.

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  27. 32 flag kasamba mulopa

    iwe chi Nosradumas! there is a time to laugh and a time to cry, don’t you realize ati ichi CHILILO wechipuba we? iwe fyonse ma politics. grow up you *****.

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  28. 33 flag jelitta

    It wasnt a political rally plse it was a funeral,even 10 people is enough.

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  29. 34 flag isu-su Emperor

    Sad indeed and may their souls rest in eternal peace…….Jah be strengthen the bereaved families.

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  30. 35 flag Kasongamulilo mpabalwani

    May the souls of our departed loved ones rest in eternal peace!

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  31. 36 flag Browser

    THis is very sad for the country and the families. MTSRIP

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  32. 37 flag Kassy

    May God bless and comfort the families of the deceased…we may not understand y this happened but its known only to him…this is sad and the only thing we can do is keep trusting and believing that we shall meet all that have gone b4 us…may God bless ZAMBIA.. <3 <3

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